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214 terms
Aviation basic
1. What is HAT?
2. What is MDA?
3. What is MVA?
4. What is RCLM?
Height Above Touchdown. The height of the Decision height or…
Minimum Descent Altitude. The lowest altitude, expressed in f…
Minimum Vectoring Altitude. The lowest MSL altitude at which…
Runway Centerline Marking (FAR)
1. What is HAT?
Height Above Touchdown. The height of the Decision height or…
2. What is MDA?
Minimum Descent Altitude. The lowest altitude, expressed in f…
61 terms
Basic Aviation
Aircraft categories
Airplane Class
Rotorcraft class
Pilot categories
Airplane, Rotocraft, Glider, Lighter than Air
Single engine land, single engine water, multi engine land, m…
Helicopter, gyro plane
Sport, recreational, private, commercial, instructor, airline…
Aircraft categories
Airplane, Rotocraft, Glider, Lighter than Air
Airplane Class
Single engine land, single engine water, multi engine land, m…
15 terms
Basics in Aviation
Airfoil
Wing
Fuselage
Aileron(s)
Name of the shape that airplane wings need to generate lift
Primary component to all aircraft
Aircraft body
Control surface that changes yaw
Airfoil
Name of the shape that airplane wings need to generate lift
Wing
Primary component to all aircraft
26 terms
Aviation Basics
Flight Operations
Aircraft and Technics
Infrastructure
Infrastructure (Airports)
- Airlines... - Charter Organizations... - General Aviation... - Train…
- Aerodynamics... - Aircraft Systems... - Manufactures... - Maintenanc…
- Airspace... - Airports ... - Handling Agents... - Air Navigation Ser…
- Landside... - Airside
Flight Operations
- Airlines... - Charter Organizations... - General Aviation... - Train…
Aircraft and Technics
- Aerodynamics... - Aircraft Systems... - Manufactures... - Maintenanc…
Aviation Basic 1: Aviation History
What was the date of the first flight?
Who made the first flight?
Where was the first flight made?
How high and far was the first flight?
Thursday, 17th December 1903
Orville and Wilbur Wright
Near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
Flew 120 feet at a height of 10 feet
What was the date of the first flight?
Thursday, 17th December 1903
Who made the first flight?
Orville and Wilbur Wright
157 terms
Basic Aviation Midterm
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
B. Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-than-air
B. Single-engine land and sea, multiengine land and sea
A. Normal, utility, acrobatic
B. Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, balloon
With respect to the certification of a…
B. Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-than-air
With respect to the certification of a…
B. Single-engine land and sea, multiengine land and sea
27 terms
Aviation General: Basic Aerodynamics
What are the approximate percentages o…
What is the atmosphere pressure at sea…
What effect does temperature have on t…
Explain Bernoulli's principle
78% Nitrogen, 21% Oxygen, and 0.9% Argon
29.92 Inches of Mercury or 14.69 PSI
According to the general gas law, density varies directly wit…
As fluid (air) velocity increases, the pressure decreases, an…
What are the approximate percentages o…
78% Nitrogen, 21% Oxygen, and 0.9% Argon
What is the atmosphere pressure at sea…
29.92 Inches of Mercury or 14.69 PSI
157 terms
Basic Aviation Midterm
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
B. Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-than-air
B. Single-engine land and sea, multiengine land and sea
A. Normal, utility, acrobatic
B. Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, balloon
With respect to the certification of a…
B. Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-than-air
With respect to the certification of a…
B. Single-engine land and sea, multiengine land and sea
72 terms
Basic Aviation Exam 1
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
B-Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-than-air
B-Single-engine, land and sea, multiengine land and sea.
A-Normal, utility, acrobatic.
B-Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, balloon
With respect to the certification of a…
B-Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-than-air
With respect to the certification of a…
B-Single-engine, land and sea, multiengine land and sea.
10 terms
Basic Aviation Chapter 4
which aircraft has the right of way ov…
what action is required when two aircr…
which aircraft has the right away over…
an airplane and an airship are converg…
B) an aircraft in distress
B) the aircraft on the left will give way
A) glider... (least maneuverable)... (aircraft refueling another ai…
A) airship... (least maneuverable)
which aircraft has the right of way ov…
B) an aircraft in distress
what action is required when two aircr…
B) the aircraft on the left will give way
97 terms
Basic aviation midterm
1-1 With respect to the certification…
1-2 With respect to the certification…
1-3 With respect to the certification…
1-4 With respect to the certification…
B. Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-then-air
B. Single-engine land and sea, multiengine land and sea
A. Normal, utility, acrobatic
B. Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, balloon
1-1 With respect to the certification…
B. Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-then-air
1-2 With respect to the certification…
B. Single-engine land and sea, multiengine land and sea
10 terms
Aviation Terminology - Basic Aeronautics
A/C
Aft
Cargo
chocks
aircraft a means of transport people and goods by air
Near or towards the back of the aircraft
The lower portion of the aircraft fuselage
a triangle shaped rubber block placed in front of and behind…
A/C
aircraft a means of transport people and goods by air
Aft
Near or towards the back of the aircraft
90 terms
Basic Aviation Terms - ASTB-E
Airfoil
Angle of attack
Angle of incidence
Anhedral angle
A wing or helicopter blade that generates more lift than drag…
The angle between the chord line of an airfoil and it's direc…
In the context of fixed-wing airplanes, the angle of incidenc…
The downward angle of an airplane's wing and tailplane from t…
Airfoil
A wing or helicopter blade that generates more lift than drag…
Angle of attack
The angle between the chord line of an airfoil and it's direc…
127 terms
AFOQT Aviation Basics
Lift
Drag
Weight
Thrust
The force that directly opposes the weight of an airplane and…
The force that acts opposite to the direction of motion, is c…
The force of gravity. It acts in a downward direction—toward…
The force that propels a flying machine in the direction of m…
Lift
The force that directly opposes the weight of an airplane and…
Drag
The force that acts opposite to the direction of motion, is c…
34 terms
Aviation Oral questions: Basic Electricity
What is the basic unit of voltage?
What is the basic unit of current?
What is the basic unit of resistance?
Which law of electricity is the most i…
The volt
The amp
The ohm
Ohm's law
What is the basic unit of voltage?
The volt
What is the basic unit of current?
The amp
118 terms
Basic aviation midterm - part 2
3-12C Changes in the center of pressur…
3-13 An airplane said to be inherently…
3-14 What determines the longitudinal…
3-15 What causes an airplane (except a…
C. aerodynamic balance and controllability
B. require less effort to control
A. The location of the CG with respect to the center of lift
B. The downwash on the elevators from the propeller slipstrea…
3-12C Changes in the center of pressur…
C. aerodynamic balance and controllability
3-13 An airplane said to be inherently…
B. require less effort to control
79 terms
Basic aviation midterm - Chapter 2
2-1 Where may an aircraft's operating…
2-1A To minimize the side loads placed…
2-1B Where may an aircraft's operating…
2-2 Excessively high engine temperatur…
B. In the current, FAA-approved flight manual, approved manua…
B. longitudinal axis of the aircraft parallel to the directio…
A. Attached to the Airworthiness Certificate
B. cause loss of power, excessive oil consumption, and possib…
2-1 Where may an aircraft's operating…
B. In the current, FAA-approved flight manual, approved manua…
2-1A To minimize the side loads placed…
B. longitudinal axis of the aircraft parallel to the directio…
ASTB: Basic Aviation Information (Packet)
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2^2
3^2
4^2
1
4
9
16
1^2
1
2^2
4
90 terms
Basic Aviation Terms - ASTB-E
Airfoil
Angle of attack
Angle of incidence
Anhedral angle
A wing or helicopter blade that generates more lift than drag…
The angle between the chord line of an airfoil and it's direc…
In the context of fixed-wing airplanes, the angle of incidenc…
The downward angle of an airplane's wing and tailplane from t…
Airfoil
A wing or helicopter blade that generates more lift than drag…
Angle of attack
The angle between the chord line of an airfoil and it's direc…
62 terms
Aviation Weather Basics/ Meteorological Hazards
adverse weather
air temperature
aquaplane off the side of the runway
black ice
неблагоприятные метеоусловия
температура воздуха
выскользнуть за пределы ВПП
тонкий лед без снежного покрова, гололед
adverse weather
неблагоприятные метеоусловия
air temperature
температура воздуха
182 terms
FAA Private Pilot Basic Aviation terminology
A D F
A C
A D I Z
A D M
Automatic direction finder
Alternating current
Air defense indication zone
Aeronautical decision-making
A D F
Automatic direction finder
A C
Alternating current
32 terms
Aviation Powerplants: Basic Fuel Systems and Carburetors
Explain the meanings of octane number…
What is added to aviation fuel to impr…
Into what two principal sections may t…
Why does an engine driven fuel pump re…
..................
.............
.......................
...................
Explain the meanings of octane number…
..................
What is added to aviation fuel to impr…
.............
97 terms
Basic aviation midterm chapters 1-312c
1-1 With respect to the certification…
1-2 With respect to the certification…
1-3 With respect to the certification…
1-4 With respect to the certification…
B. Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-then-air
B. Single-engine land and sea, multiengine land and sea
A. Normal, utility, acrobatic
B. Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, balloon
1-1 With respect to the certification…
B. Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-then-air
1-2 With respect to the certification…
B. Single-engine land and sea, multiengine land and sea
71 terms
Basic Aviation Midterm (ch 1-5) except 4C
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
B
B
A
B
With respect to the certification of a…
B
With respect to the certification of a…
B
ASTB: Ch2 Basic Aviation Info (Book 1)
Military aircraft has four basic tasks
What are the two general categories of…
Helos are categorized by...
MGW def.
1. Transportation ... 2. Bombing ... 3. Shooting ... 4. Observation
1. Fixed - wing... 2. Rotor - wing
Maximum gross weight (MGW)
The most weight that an aircraft can take off with under norm…
Military aircraft has four basic tasks
1. Transportation ... 2. Bombing ... 3. Shooting ... 4. Observation
What are the two general categories of…
1. Fixed - wing... 2. Rotor - wing
11 terms
NCATT Study Guide: Basic Aviation/Aircraft Fundamentals and Safety
Explain the basic facts about aviation…
What must be consulted if specific man…
Explain the basic facts about aviation…
Explain the basic facts about aviation…
Ground handling personnel must be familiar with procedures fo…
A technician must consult the manufacturer's towing and maint…
-One person in charge of team... -One qualified person in the co…
-Use the proper two bar. Some bars are designed and built by…
Explain the basic facts about aviation…
Ground handling personnel must be familiar with procedures fo…
What must be consulted if specific man…
A technician must consult the manufacturer's towing and maint…
21 terms
Sec 1 Aviation Mechanic General: Oral Test A - Basic Electricity
Ohm's Law (E=IR) (Voltage=AmpsResist…
Voltage (E)... Current (I)... Resistance (R)
Mechanical (generator)... Chemical (batte…
A source of electrical pressure or EMF…
What is the most important law applicable to the study of ele…
What are the elements of Ohm's Law?
What are the sources of electrical power?
What does an electrical circuit consist of?
Ohm's Law (E=IR) (Voltage=AmpsResist…
What is the most important law applicable to the study of ele…
Voltage (E)... Current (I)... Resistance (R)
What are the elements of Ohm's Law?
10 terms
26.NCATT AET (Basic Aviation/Aircraft Fundamentals and Safety)
Ground Movement of Aircraft
Ground-handling Team (TOW Team)
Towing of Aircraft
Remove Before Flight (RBF) Streamer
Ground-handling personnel must be familiar with procedures fo…
One person in charge of the team. One qualified person in the…
Use the proper tow bar. Some bars are designed and built by t…
Components that jut-out from the aircraft such as intake/exha…
Ground Movement of Aircraft
Ground-handling personnel must be familiar with procedures fo…
Ground-handling Team (TOW Team)
One person in charge of the team. One qualified person in the…
25 terms
Aviation
Ailerons
Elevators
Rudder
fuselage
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
Pressing on a rudder pedal causes the nose of the airplane to…
cabin - basic structure to which the wings and empennage are…
Ailerons
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Elevators
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
25 terms
Aviation
Ailerons
Elevators
Rudder
fuselage
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
Pressing on a rudder pedal causes the nose of the airplane to…
cabin - basic structure to which the wings and empennage are…
Ailerons
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Elevators
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
25 terms
Aviation
Ailerons
Elevators
Rudder
fuselage
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
Pressing on a rudder pedal causes the nose of the airplane to…
cabin - basic structure to which the wings and empennage are…
Ailerons
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Elevators
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
25 terms
Aviation
Ailerons
Elevators
Rudder
fuselage
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
Pressing on a rudder pedal causes the nose of the airplane to…
cabin - basic structure to which the wings and empennage are…
Ailerons
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Elevators
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
25 terms
Aviation
Ailerons
Elevators
Rudder
fuselage
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
Pressing on a rudder pedal causes the nose of the airplane to…
cabin - basic structure to which the wings and empennage are…
Ailerons
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Elevators
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
25 terms
Aviation
Ailerons
Elevators
Rudder
fuselage
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
Pressing on a rudder pedal causes the nose of the airplane to…
cabin - basic structure to which the wings and empennage are…
Ailerons
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Elevators
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
25 terms
Aviation
Ailerons
Elevators
Rudder
fuselage
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
Pressing on a rudder pedal causes the nose of the airplane to…
cabin - basic structure to which the wings and empennage are…
Ailerons
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Elevators
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
25 terms
Aviation Terms
Ailerons
Elevators
Rudder
fuselage
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
Pressing on a rudder pedal causes the nose of the airplane to…
cabin - basic structure to which the wings and empennage are…
Ailerons
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Elevators
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
26 terms
Aviation
Ailerons
Elevators
Rudder
fuselage
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
Pressing on a rudder pedal causes the nose of the airplane to…
cabin - basic structure to which the wings and empennage are…
Ailerons
Turning the control wheel (yoke) left or right causes the air…
Elevators
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
131 terms
Aviation
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
With respect to the certification of a…
Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-than-air
Single-engine land and sea, multiengine land and sea
Normal, utility, acrobatic
Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, balloon
With respect to the certification of a…
Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, lighter-than-air
With respect to the certification of a…
Single-engine land and sea, multiengine land and sea
5 terms
RPL/PPL/CPL basic requirements
RPL
PPL
CPL
MCPL
To obtain an RPL, you must be 16 year old and have:... a curren…
For a private pilot licence (PPL) you must be at least 17 yea…
To obtain a commercial pilot licence (CPL) you must be at lea…
To obtain a multi-crew pilot licence (MPL) you must be at lea…
RPL
To obtain an RPL, you must be 16 year old and have:... a curren…
PPL
For a private pilot licence (PPL) you must be at least 17 yea…
8 terms
Aviation Terminology
Standard Empty Weight
Basic Empty Weight
Useful Load
KCAS
Weight of a standard airplane (including unusable fuel, full…
STANDARD EMPTY WEIGHT + optional equipment
The difference between ramp weight and the basic empty weight
Knots Calibrated Airspeed is indicated airspeed corrected for…
Standard Empty Weight
Weight of a standard airplane (including unusable fuel, full…
Basic Empty Weight
STANDARD EMPTY WEIGHT + optional equipment
6 terms
PILOT Math Basics: Basic Math Operations (SCATTER)
digit
horizontal
vertical
odd
digit
horizontal
23 terms
Aviation Physics Vocabulary
Physics
Matter
Molecule
Physical States
The area of knowledge regarding the basic and fundamental nat…
The most basic of all things in the material world, any subst…
The smallest particle of any substance.
The three states into which all matter falls: solids, liquids…
Physics
The area of knowledge regarding the basic and fundamental nat…
Matter
The most basic of all things in the material world, any subst…
30 terms
Aviation Vocabulary for STEM
Ailerons
Elevators
Rudder
fuselage
flaps on the wings of a plane that move up or down - they do…
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
Pressing on a rudder pedal causes the nose of the airplane to…
main part of the plane, where passengers, crew, and cargo are…
Ailerons
flaps on the wings of a plane that move up or down - they do…
Elevators
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
30 terms
Aviation Vocabulary for STEM
Ailerons
Elevators
Rudder
fuselage
flaps on the wings of a plane that move up or down - they do…
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
Pressing on a rudder pedal causes the nose of the airplane to…
main part of the plane, where passengers, crew, and cargo are…
Ailerons
flaps on the wings of a plane that move up or down - they do…
Elevators
Pushing the control wheel forward or pulling it back causes t…
264 terms
Aviation Mid Term
(1) With respect to the certification…
(1) With respect to certification of a…
(1) With respect to the certification…
(1) With respect to the certification…
Airplane, rotor-craft, glider, lighter-than-air
Single-engine land and sea, multi-engine land and sea
Normal, utility, acrobatic
Airplane, hovercraft, glider, balloon
(1) With respect to the certification…
Airplane, rotor-craft, glider, lighter-than-air
(1) With respect to certification of a…
Single-engine land and sea, multi-engine land and sea
30 terms
Acronyms Aviation
IPC
POH
AFM
SRM
Illustrated Parts Catalog
Pilots Operating Handbook
Aircraft Flight Manuel
Structural Repair Manuel
IPC
Illustrated Parts Catalog
POH
Pilots Operating Handbook
12 terms
PILOT Math Basics: Basic Math Operations
add ... to put numbers together and calc…
subtract ... to take away a number or ca…
multiply ... to add a number multiple ti…
divide ... to separate into parts; the s…
When you add twenty plus sixteen, you get thirty-six. In numb…
When you subtract sixteen from twenty, you get four. In numbe…
When you multiply twenty by four, you get eighty. In numbers…
When you divide twenty by four, you get five. In numbers you…
add ... to put numbers together and calc…
When you add twenty plus sixteen, you get thirty-six. In numb…
subtract ... to take away a number or ca…
When you subtract sixteen from twenty, you get four. In numbe…
37 terms
TM: System of aviation
Aviation System
Political development of aviation
Cooperation among international aviati…
Switzerland
Most people know about the supply system and the demand syste…
In Europe there are safety regtulations that means, not every…
ICAO: global regulated of avation... --> shortcuts ZRH - Zürich…
Aviation System
Most people know about the supply system and the demand syste…
Political development of aviation
In Europe there are safety regtulations that means, not every…
101 terms
Part 7
Two-way radio
Runway numbering
Standard rectangular pattern
Most common wind indicator
Required to operate in the controlled airport environment sin…
Corresponds to the magnetic direction that you are heading wh…
It counts with five named legs and is used at most airport to…
Wind sock... _________________________________________________... I…
Two-way radio
Required to operate in the controlled airport environment sin…
Runway numbering
Corresponds to the magnetic direction that you are heading wh…
7 terms
Aviation Weights
Payload
Operating weight empty
Zero fuel weight
Ramp weight
is the total weight of the passengers, their luggage, and any…
is the basic weight of the aircraft when ready for operation,…
is the sum of operating weight empty and payload—that is, the…
is the weight of an aircraft at the terminal building when re…
Payload
is the total weight of the passengers, their luggage, and any…
Operating weight empty
is the basic weight of the aircraft when ready for operation,…
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